Atlantic Aviation is proud to be the FBO that touches hearts and lives. Active involvement in the communities we serve is a priority, and giving back is more than a commitment. It’s part of our DNA.

Atlantic Cares

June 8, 2023

Making Positive Impacts Across the Atlantic Map

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At Atlantic Aviation, we’re passionate about making a positive difference in our communities. In just the past couple of months, many locations across our network have made impacts that will last a lifetime. From Boca Raton, Florida (BCT), to Carlsbad, California (CRQ), our teams have saved lives, fed the hungry, cleaned up their environment, and gave back to their communities.

Our team in Waukesha, Wisconsin (UES) helped give back to the local community. They volunteered throughout the city to clean up Meadowview Park, which is near the airport. This is the 2nd year in a row they've volunteered to clean up their community on Earth Day. They had a great time improving their environment and building their connection as a team!

Atlantic CRQ in Carlsbad, CA co-hosted a blood drive with one of their based customers. The San Diego Blood Bank truck came on-site to accept donations. 30 people volunteered to donate to a great cause and almost half of those were our very own Atlantic CRQ team members. Their efforts will make a huge impact on multiple people’s lives.

Hayden, Colorado recently experienced flooding that lasted on and off for several days. The town set up two sand bagging stations so residents could fill their own bags and take them as needed. Our HDN team helped by filling over 60 sandbags so locals wouldn't have to fill them up themselves. Their entire supply of sandbags were used by locals later that day.

Our company headquarters in Plano, Texas volunteered at Feed My Starving Children, an organization that supports children in need across the globe. As a team, they were efficient in packing food by breaking out into groups, scooping ingredients into bags, weighing them to make sure they were the right weight, and sealing the bags for shipment. In 1.5 hours, they packed 38 boxes, totaling 8,208 meals, which will feed 22 kids for a whole year!

BCT worked with Helping Hands, a nonprofit aimed at providing food, medical, and financial assistance to the Boca Raton, FL community. Our team put on their annual food drive, where every employee donated nonperishable food items. The team even got based customers to participate! It was a huge success, and they were able to provide boxes of items to Helping Hands.

The one thing we’re most proud of is our people, and their actions only reinforce that feeling. They’re hard workers that embody the Atlantic spirit and have a genuine heart for giving back. We are so proud of everything they do and we’re thankful they’re building a community that they can be proud of, too.